- information that we know about your property
- details on the authorisations you’ll need to get and issues you’ll need to consider and deal with for your consent application.
You can apply for a PIM either before, or as part of, your application for a consent.
The information covered by a PIM includes:
- potential inundation and flood risk
- the building’s heritage status
- identified cut and filled land
- the site’s wind zone
- the possible presence of hazardous contaminants
- stormwater and wastewater systems
- resource consents and other authorisations that may be required
- the need for an evacuation scheme (where applicable)
- site vehicular access restrictions during construction work
- any notification that you can’t do building work because some necessary authorisation has been refused (despite a building consent having been issued)
- confirmation that you can do building work subject to the requirements of any building consent or resource consent or your obtaining any other necessary authorisations.
Ready to apply?
Before you apply for a PIM, please get in touch – we’ll talk through your project and advise you on anything else you might need.
When you apply for a PIM, you’ll need to provide: